This book is extremely well written and will captivate an audience of any age.
The book highlights Franklin's lifelong knack for inventions and chronicles his achievements as a publisher, sciencist, writer, and patriot.
I read this book to my 3rd graders and then have them try to work out the math challenge.
I do like this book a lot it is like the best book that was ever made. Ben Frankin is the best.Published 2 months ago by SSmith1965
This is a charming and entertaining tale about how Benjamin Franklin invented the math magic square, in which all the rows and columns add up to the same number.Published 4 months ago by ANANYA
I am 7 years old
I like that Ben opened the first fire station, library and Hospital. The magic squares too!
Quick easy entertaining read for my son. Learning and enjoying it is always welcome in my house! Great summer read!Published 13 months ago by kurleemom
I read this book to my 3rd graders and then have them try to work out the math challenge. They love it!Published on June 19, 2011 by Addie
This is a great book and tells you a lot. I like how they tell you about Ben Franklin and his inventions before they tell you the story. Read morePublished on March 21, 2011
Ben Franklin is bored while listening to the Pennsylvania Colonial Assembly debate and discuss various bills. In order to stay awake he invents a new mathematical puzzle. Read morePublished on January 22, 2011 by Stephanie's Mommy Brain
Very highly recommended, this Step 4 book that comes with longer paragraphs for ready readers grades 2-3 introduces kids to Benjamin Franklin, one of the greatest figure in the... Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by Reflection Haiku
My second grader who is a struggling reader had no problem with this book. He really enjoyed reading it. He was amazed at how much Ben Franklin accomplished, even at a young age. Read morePublished on January 5, 2009 by D. Ferrara